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Walking with Those in Need Without Losing Heart

As Christians, we are indisputably called to walk into the dark places of God’s creation and proclaim his glory and his love.  Our hands get dirty, and our hearts get beat up.

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Resilience and the Missionary

Today we want to highlight a great resource from our annual conference - the audio version of the breakout sessions that are offered each year. These breakout sessions are FREE to members of MedicalMissions.com, and we hope you take advantage of going back and re-listening to your favorite sessions or catching some of the sessions that you missed. The highlighted session for today deals with...

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Christian Thought in Western Science

Over the past few months, we have highlighted a few outstanding sessions, stories, and articles that are featured on MedicalMissions.com. We want to do that again this morning, highlighting one of last year's (2018) breakout sessions. But if you went to this year's conference, and you are anxious to listen to a session you missed, don't worry! The sessions from the 2019 conference w...

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At the end of myself: how to start sharing the gospel during patient interactions

My main goal for embarking on this missions trip was to learn how to start sharing the gospel during patient interactions.

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Task Remaining: For All To Hear

We hope you enjoy listening to this session from November's Global Missions Health Conference: https://www.medicalmissions.com/resources/16756/task-remaining-for-all-to-hear

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Global marketplace missions

Written by Jonathan Thiessen, this post will challenge your assumptions about traditional missions and encourage you to step out in faith for marketplace missions.

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Spiritual Preparation for Missions

The sessions that are chosen each year for the Global Missions Health Conference are chosen with great consideration and prayer. Our committee chooses topics that will be impactful, practical, and challenging. The session that we will feature today encompasses all of those aims. We hope you enjoy listening to Spiritual Preparation for Missions, by Rick Donlon. Spiritual Preparation for Missions

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Short Term Medical Mission Produces Long Term Fruit

We want to highlight another story from the field today. This story comes from Guatemala and we hope you are challenged by how your own short term trips might produce long term fruit! In June 2018, a GO InterNational medical team visited the village of La Libertad. Late that afternoon, as the doctors and nurses ended to the remaining patients, team members Nic Cabrini and Nestor Gomez spent ...

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The Top Ten Books on Faith and Work

The ​Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics recently released their 2018 updated list for the top-ten best books on faith and work. These books answer questions such as, "What is the purpose of work?", and, "How am I, as a Christian supposed to live as a follower of Jesus in the place where I spend 40 or more hours a week?" The list is worth checking out, and each boo...

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